Audio-video cable connectors pair with compatible cables and transmit signals from a source device like a cable box or stereo receiver to another device such as a television monitor or speaker.
F-Type Coaxial Connectors
F-type coaxial connectors are circular with a bayonet-style head with a pin or plug. Also called F-81, these connectors twist and snap into place for secure connections and are often used for video and satellite transmissions.
BNC (Bayonet Neil-Concelman) coaxial connectors have a circular, bayonet-style head that twists and snaps into place for quick and secure connections. They’re often used to join audio-video cables to devices with dissimilar connection types.
RCA coaxial cable connectors have plugs that snap into compatible RCA inlet and outlet ports on stereos, speakers, video equipment and devices, and televisions. Also called audio jacks or phono connectors, they transmit audio and video signals.